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September 2014

All posts published in September 2014

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Gilpin Art Studio Tour perfectly timed

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To coincide with autumn colors of Gilpin By David Josselyn On Saturday, September 20 and Sunday, September 21, the colors of autumn were shining in the Colorado sun as Gilpin Arts ran its annual Art Studio Tour. The Tour opens More »

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Timberline Fire Chief resigns

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After being put on Administrative Leave last week By Staci McBrayer At the regularly scheduled Timberline Fire Protection District Meeting on September 17th, Board members received and accepted Chief Chris Jennings resignation. Prior to the meeting, Jennings w... More »

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Two brides for two brothers

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Brides arrested during double wedding in Central By David Josselyn Friday, September 19, 2014, was a very special day. Not only were the aspen in full color-changing glory, but Roy and Janell Ince were celebrating the momentous occasion of More »

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There’s gold in them “thar” hills!

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Miners’ Days in Nederland By Dave Gibson Like many municipalities in Colorado, Nederland owes its inception to mining. Beginning in 1859, with precious metals being extracted from the surrounding hills, it was a logical More »

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Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – September 28, 1984 What do you do if your child has swallowed a poisonous substance? What do you do if someone has collapsed from severe chest pain? What do you do if someone has been More »

No marijuana smoking clubs in Central City

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Central City Council votes to ban smoking clubs in city limits By David Josselyn The Central City Council met for a regular meeting on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at roughly 7:02 which Mayor Ron Engels referred to as “a little after seven.” All members More »

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Looking for community champions

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Saws and Slaws help Gilpin neighbors with fire mitigation By Patty Unruh Coal Creek Canyon Saws and Slaws volunteers helped Gilpinites in the Wheeler and Mt. Meadow subdivisions with fire mitigation on Saturday, September 13. More than a dozen More »

Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – September 21, 1984 Despite the chilly weather, 82 people attended the open house at the Gilpin County Library last Sunday afternoon. Pat Dunn, who helped set up the event, said she and the More »